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    • Michelle Bader Reiling

      Dress Up Your Walkway. Front Yard Landscape Secrets. Add value to your home by increasing curb appeal with an attractive, functional, front-yard landscape.

    • Mary Jones

      5 ways to create curb appeal and increase home values. Outdoor inspiration and ideas! #realestate #curbappeal

    • Gonzalo Restrepo

      Front garden - #curbappeal #frontyard #landscape #entryway

    • Erin Sawatzky

      Curved front walkway | Curb appeal | Front porch | Flagstone | Variegated hosta | Boxwood edging

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    love the stone on the house with white accents. pretty curb appeal.

    Trim: Behr Garden Wall Siding: Behr, Toasted Walnut Shakes: Behr Mocha Accent Shutters: MidAmerica BlackIMG_3128 by BIA Parade of Homes Photo Gallery, via Flickr

    Front garden - using variegated hosta and boxwood. No need for flowers... the foliage creates more than enough interest.

    Want a pathway from the sidewalk up to the house just. like. this. Gorgeous.

    Use Repetition Incorporate materials used on your home into your landscape to integrate the two. For example, if you have a stone facade, add a flagstone path. You can do the same thing with brick as well. Another way to do this is to repeat siding in structures, such as a doghouse, or as an architectural accent on a gate or fence.

    love the yard, walkway, dormers, everything - - this could be our little home at it's best....but maybe with a red roof???

    Dress up the driveway If your driveway is cracked or stained or has vegetation sprouting from it, you can upgrade it without doing a complete redo. First repair the cracks and stains (and kill the weeds), then dress it up by staining the concrete or affixing flagstones. If you need more room to move your car or park, add stone, brick, or pavers to the sides of the drive to widen it with flair.

    Love this entry...Debbie Arruda League can we do these plants somewhere. Or do they have to be in shade?